A screw retained restoration is that crown or bridge is fabricates in such a way that a hole is present on the occlusal surface. Where we produce the abutment and crown or bridge as a single piece with a screw hole allows for the restoration to be screwed directly to the implant by way of a fixation screw. During the life of the implant, the surgeon may need to remove the restoration for hygiene, repair or abutment screw tightening. The screw retained design makes all of these procedures easily achievable
Screw retained restoration require a minimum of 6 mm of restorative space, making them an ideal option when clearance is tight.